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Uses for prescribed fire include hazardous fuel reduction, ecological restoration and maintenance, perpetuating fire-dependent species, controlling insects and disease, improving wildlife habitat, improving forage for grazing, enhancing appearance for recreation, and improving access.
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Fire Jobs Portal provides information about the types of positions BLM Fire has to offer, helpful hints for applying, contact information for local BLM fire managers and links to USAJOBS for current vacancies.
The Prescribed Fire Program at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is hiring 2 permanent Prescribed Fire Unit Managers. One position leads the North Fire Team in Okanogan, WA and one position leads the South Fire Team in Yakima, WA. The managers will oversee program goals, resource allocation, and staff supervision. As subject matter experts, the managers will provide technical...
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is home to Washington’s largest on-call fire department that is responsible for protecting over 13 million acres of both state and privately owned lands. Working with interagency partners, DNR embraces an all hands all lands vision. DNR’s fire program serves the communities of Washington and is a strong advocate of wildland fire...
Seasonal Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildland Firefighter Positions are open in multiple regions.
Join The Longleaf Alliance and its partners for an exciting learn & burn workshop, ideal for landowners and land managers with minimal to no prescribed fire experience.
- Participate in a live burn
- Use a...
Presenter: Dr. Bradley Kubecka, WPQP Director, Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy
Bobwhite quail are a species of conservation concern that are dependent on frequent prescribed fire in the southeastern U.S. This presentation will...
A lot has been going on at the Council and with our partners and stakeholders and we’d like to use this meeting to share what’s working, what’s not, and how the Council can better serve our constituents. To that end we’d like to ask each of our...
SFE Live from the Field is going to North Carolina this month to hear from the Women-in-Fire Prescribed Fire Training Exchange! Join the Southern Fire Exchange on your lunch break for a...
Learn and Burn field days provide private landowners and others interested in learning about prescribed fire with a hands-on opportunity to see a live prescribed burn demonstration.
- learn why it is important to...
February 27 - March 10, 2023
Springfield, Missouri Area
Apply by November 11, 2022
Looking for an opportunity to sharpen your prescribed fire skills? You are invited to participate in the Southern Missouri...
Register by February 10
The event is open to individuals who are interested in learning and sharing their knowledge of prescribed fire. The event will be focused on local capacity building.
The Plumas Cal-TREX training...
Presenter: Andy Rappe, Preserve Management Director, The Nature Conservancy in Florida
For fire practitioners, a disconnect often exists with between research, training and controlled burn objectives. Too often, researchers are viewed at best as...
A virtual lecture presented by Phil McCormick, PhD
Part of the 2022 FERAL Lecture Series Sponsored by the California Fire Science Consortium and the Safford Lab at the University of California-Davis
Since 2010, Australian national and...
February 20 - March 3, 2023
Singletary Lake State Park 50 miles northwest of Wilmington, North Carolina
Apply by the end of the day on November 18, 2022
When the US fire management system was conceived in the early...